Japan has recently limited "customs clearance", but not everyone can fly there and live there. If you still feel homesick before flying to Japan, you might as well make your home a Japanese-style home.
Japanese style invisible door
Friends who like to watch Japanese anime, I believe many people will be attracted by Japanese sliding doors and the warm Japanese home style. Sunlight can shine into the interior through Japanese sliding doors, and the warmth of the wooden frame makes the home softer, more natural and harmonious. Comfortable. The customer in this case has a lot of books in his home. He wanted to customize a large bookcase in the living room, but he also wanted to keep the living room clean and avoid the books from getting dusty, so the bookcases were all equipped with closed doors, and the door panels were made into traditional Japanese sliding doors, all in one go. Connect the bookcase, corridor invisible door and TV cabinet together to create a living room full of Japanese style, as if you really live in Japan.
Japanese style room
In addition to bookcases and invisible doors that can be customized in Japanese style, both bedrooms and worker rooms can be customized. Just like the following case, the guest wanted to have a bedroom in the living room, but he didn’t like the solid walls and cabinets of the bedroom, so he chose a Japanese-style bedroom with good light transmittance. The transom above the bedroom is in line with the The sliding doors can be opened and closed independently to reduce the feeling of oppression in each room. There are floor boxes in each room for storage, and it can also be equipped with shelves or hooks for storage. You will never be afraid that the room will not have enough space for storage.
Most traditional Japanese sliding doors use fabric as the light-transmitting material in the middle. When we customize furniture, taking sound insulation into consideration, most of them use frosted glass to replace the fabric. Frosted glass is light-proof and provides a good balance between lighting and privacy.
If you are interested in our Japanese-style rooms or invisible doors, please feel free to contact us.